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Folk-etymology; a dictionary of verbal corruptions or words perverted in form or meaning, by false derivation or mistaken analogy

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Folk-etymology; a dictionary of verbal corruptions or words perverted in form or meaning, by false derivation or mistaken analogy


Published 1882
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Publisher London, G. Bell and Sons
Pages 716
Language English
Call number PE1584 .P3
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Book contributor Cornell University Library
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Collection cornell; americana

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